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OSINT Phone Search tool inspired by Michael Bazzell's previously public tool.
import webbrowser
areaCode = input("What is the area code of the phone number? ")
middle3 = input("What are the middle 3 digits? ")
last4 = input("What are the last 4 digits? ")
phoneNumber = str(areaCode) + str(middle3) + str(last4)
fourOneOne = "https://www.411.com/phone/" + "1-" + str(areaCode) + "-" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(fourOneOne)
spyTox = "https://www.spytox.com/people/search?phone=" + str(areaCode) + "-" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(spyTox)
fastPeopleSearch = "https://www.fastpeoplesearch.com/" + str(areaCode) + "-" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(fastPeopleSearch)
truePeopleSearch = "https://www.truepeoplesearch.com/results?phoneno=" + "(" + str(areaCode) + ")" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(truePeopleSearch)
phoneLookUp = "https://www.phonelookup.com/" + "1/" + str(areaCode) + "-" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(phoneLookUp)
usPhoneBook = "https://www.usphonebook.com/" + str(areaCode) + "-" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(usPhoneBook)
thatsThem = "https://thatsthem.com/phone/" + str(areaCode) + "-" + str(middle3) + "-" + str(last4)
webbrowser.open(thatsThem)
syncMe = "https://sync.me/search/?number=1" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(syncMe)
whoCallsMe = "https://whocallsme.com/Phone-Number.aspx/" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(whoCallsMe)
zabaSearch = "https://www.zabasearch.com/phone/" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(zabaSearch)
peopleFinders = "https://www.peoplefinders.com/reverse-phone/searchresults?showAnimatedLoadingBar=true&search=Phone&phone=" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(peopleFinders)
okCaller = "https://www.okcaller.com/detail.php?number=" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(okCaller)
searchBug = "https://www.searchbug.com/tools/reverse-phone-lookup.aspx?TYPE=phonerev&TAG=tools&FULLPHONE=" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(searchBug)
yellowPages = "https://people.yellowpages.com/whitepages/phone-lookup?phone=" + phoneNumber
webbrowser.open(yellowPages)
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purushotam6619360 commented Nov 18, 2019

Does it work for the number outside US?

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HammadZ commented Jan 26, 2020

You gotta be careful and use a VPN or something because otherwise, the sites will block your IP.

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tommyfister commented Feb 8, 2020

how do you run this?

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HammadZ commented Feb 8, 2020

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muffinmvn commented Mar 6, 2020

hammad zahid I have followed all your instructions, but I still can't seem to run it. please help

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DevonThomas commented May 31, 2020

Does it work for the number outside US?

With a few alterations it very easily could, but as it stands, no. You would need to add databases that support international numbers, as most of the ones I added originally are primarily US-focused.

You would also need to alter the formatting of the number to include country code.

Best of luck!

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DevonThomas commented May 31, 2020

You gotta be careful and use a VPN or something because otherwise, the sites will block your IP.

Yes, VPN's are also useful for circumventing paywalls as many of these sites give you your first 1-3 searches for free then begin redirecting you to a paywall. If you're using a VPN, you can simply connect to another node when you begin running into the paywalls.

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DevonThomas commented May 31, 2020

Here's a quick walkthrough video for those of you that are having issues running the script:
https://www.loom.com/share/794f85fcdd4c421195960a5e62e823c3

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